31 Days to (More) Freedom

The blog has been calling me all day, all week really. I’m starting a new challenge for the month of October. It’s called Write 31 days. Lots of bloggers gather together and make plans to write every day throughout the whole month. I thought about joining the community last year, but I wasn’t prepared or brave enough to give it a try. I didn’t want to fail by not keeping up with the posts and I didn’t have focus.

Here I am this October and I’m ready for the challenge. I’m doing the “Five Minute” version and I’m glad each day comes with word prompts like my Five Minute Friday posts.

Confession: I still didn’t find the time to prepare ahead. I had hoped, but life things can get in the way or approaching hurricanes can distract us.

I also may not post every single day. That’s part of me not having a plan (yet)… but I will be writing. Somehow I will share the series with you, whether it is on certain days of the week or daily once I can give my brain time to catch up this weekend.

Here is the current plan: 31 Days to (More) Freedom.

I’ve already noticed freedom is a theme for my year and I want to walk through that with you in a more concrete way. And since freedom is the topic, I’m giving myself permission to have a few days to ponder more deeply and possibly change my mind.

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Follow along and read every post:

A Part of Our Family

He Captured My Attention

Embrace the Now

The Longest Ride Home

A New Season of Possibility

Reasons to (Not) Love the Doctor

Free to Wear Purple

The Tension to Trust

Ready to Let Go

When Rest is Good

The Storm Inside

Patience Mixed with Action

When You Can’t Fly

Freedom in Unlikely Places

Beyond the Green Shirt

Accept What is Offered

When the Cold is Worth It

Honor the Space You Need

On What is Temporary

Community In the Wave of Hard Things

The Value of Connection

When Joy Follows

3 Ways Writing Benefits from Silence

On Preventing the Energy Crash

When it’s okay to Whisper at Church

The Perhaps Part of Transition

Hope Wavering in the Night

Lost in a Sea of Words

A Random Post on Bacon

Why I Almost Lost it in Public

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Wherever we go this month, the writing itself is freeing.

What comes to mind when you think of freedom?